Fifty Degrees Below

Fifty Degrees Below

Book - 2005
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The award-winning author continues his groundbreaking trilogy, begun in Forty Signs of Rain, with this second novel, set in a near-future Washington, D.C., and inspired by headline-making scientific and environmental research.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2005.
ISBN: 9780553803129
Characteristics: 405 p. 4 cm.


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wseal2000 Aug 25, 2013

Half way through I had to give up, and just skim the rest. I didn't find it very exciting. Monotonous in fact.

Sep 17, 2012

Read the series in order... VIRL has all the books so just get them held in order. Anarctica, 40 Signs Of Rain, 50 Degrees Below, and 60 Days And Counting.

Real people, real science, real government, all rolled up into a thriller ride that will add a dimension to the way you consider climate change.

Together, first rate KSR.

Feb 21, 2010

I really enjoyed this book. I don't think it was quite as good as 40 days of rain, the first book in the series. I would recommend that this be on your reading list.


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